Pirtek Enduro Cup

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The Pirtek Enduro Cup is the prize awarded to the Supercars driver and co-driver pairing that is the most consistent across all three of Australia’s iconic endurance events.

For the fifth consecutive year, the Wilson Security Sandown 500 in September, the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 and the Gold Coast 600 in October offer four opportunities for each of the pairings to score points, and step towards the Pirtek Enduro Cup.

The trophy, a stunning piece of artwork created by esteemed Australian artist James Corbett, is awarded after the final race at the Gold Coast, following 2100km of gruelling endurance racing.

The Sandown 500 is a two-driver, 500 kilometre race to be held on Sunday September 17. Individual qualifying races will be held for each driver on the Saturday of the event, with the combined results to determine the grid for Sunday’s race.

The Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 is Australian motor racing’s answer to the Melbourne Cup. Engulfing the NSW regional city of Bathurst for four days across October 5-8, the Supercheap Auto Bathurst 1000 is a six-hour, two-driver total dog fight around 6.213km of majestic, mountainous roadway.

Finally, the Pirtek Enduro Cup will end with the party to end all parties, the Castrol Gold Coast 600. Two 300km races will be held within Australia’s holiday playground – a fitting end to what promises to be an electric, Championship-defining endurance season.

Last year eventual series Champion, Kiwi Shane van Gisbergen won the honour with Frenchman Alex Premat. They became the first international pair to take the prize, after three second place finishes and one win throughout the four high-stakes races.

PREVIOUS WINNERS

2013  Craig Lowndes and Warren Luff – Red Bull Racing Australia
2014  Jamie Whincup and Paul Dumbrell – Red Bull Racing Australia
2015  Garth Tander and Warren Luff – Holden Racing Team
2016  Shane van Gisbergen and Alexandre Premat – Red Bull Racing Australia

2016 Driver Pairings

Position Name Race 1 Race 2 Race 3 Race 4 Total
1 Shane Van Gisbergen and Alexandre Premat 276 276 150 138 840
2 Will Davison and Jonathon Webb 258 300 57 66 681
3 Scott McLaughlin and David Wall 240 120 138 129 627
4 Jamie Whincup and Paul Dumbrell 132 144 129 150 555
5 Craig Lowndes and Steven Richards 180 114 102 120 516
6 Chaz Mostert and Steve Owen 222 96 84 102 504
7 Nick Percat and Cameron McConville 168 258 0 57 483
8 Fabian Coulthard and Luke Youlden 204 204 0 60 468
9 Tim Slade and Ash Walsh 114 192 72 90 468
10 Michael Caruso and Dean Fiore 126 180 54 84 444
11 Garth Tander and Warren Luff 300 0 60 72 432
12 Scott Pye and Tony D’Alberto 120 222 51 36 429
13 Dale Wood and David Russell 102 168 96 39 405
14 James Courtney and Jack Perkins 144 132 45 78 399
15 Tim Blanchard and Macauley Jones 90 156 63 51 360
16 Todd Kelly and Matt Campbell 192 0 90 42 324
17 Chris Pither and Richie Stanaway 108 138 78 0 324
18 Cameron Waters and Jack Le Brocq 0 240 0 63 303
19 Mark Winterbottom and Dean Canto 72 0 120 111 303
20 Rick Kelly and Russell Ingall 156 0 42 54 252
21 Lee Holdsworth and Karl Reindler 138 0 0 96 234
22 Shae Davies and Chris Van Der Drift 78 108 48 0 234
23 Jason Bright and Andrew Jones 84 0 69 48 201
24 James Moffat and James Golding  0 0 111 69 180
25 Andre Heimgartner and Aaren Russell 96 0 66 0 162
26 David Reynolds and Craig Baird 0 102 0 45 147
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